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Forest and streams protected in Union River area

Another 255 acres of prime forestland near Tiger and Mission lakes will be protected from development under a conservation easement purchased with $480,000 in state funds. Read the full article online or download the PDF ...

Pieces coming together for Kitsap Forest & Bay

Work is progressing rapidly around the edges of the Kitsap Forest & Bay Project — an effort to protect a 7,000-acre mosaic of lowland forest, shorelines and wetlands in North Kitsap. Read the full article online or download the PDF ...

Kittitas County conservation group Forterra buys 480 acres of forestland

The nonprofit conservation group Forterra (formerly Cascade Land Conservancy) on Dec. 7 purchased 480 acres of forest habitat for permanent conservation a few miles northeast of Easton near the shores of Lake Kachess, according to a news release. Read the full article online or download the PDF ...

Time to embrace fresh approaches for environmental and regional progress

New economic realities are forcing new approaches to making progress on environmental objectives with fewer resources, writes guest columnist Gene Duvernoy. He argues that regions will come out on top by aligning their economies and environments with a vibrant family life. Read the full article online ...
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